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Sage 50 Training

Sage 50 accounts training course is designed to provide the skills to be able accountants to supply accurate and up to date information to the Management, in a proper way. A good and appropriate knowledge of manual bookkeeping would be ideal before beginning of this course, that is especially designed for people who want to become capable to demonstrate that they are confident and proficient in Sage 50. If you are running your own company this course is ideal to undertake and allow you to manage your business accounts.

What do you learn?

This course includes important functionality to facilitate you make proper use of Sage 50. You learn the ways to set up company details, create nominal ledger, manage suppliers and customers. You also practice entering posting transactions, opening balances, reconciling the bank and using corrections.

The course includes

Getting started with Sage 50 Account

Expand an overview of three incorporated ledger systems - Nominal, Purchases and Sales

Understand choices of techniques and connotation for standard VAT and cash accounting of VAT

Learn the ways to record service/ product credit and invoice notes

Learn the ways to restore, backup data, verify and checking data

Key practices for correct posting errors and overturn transactions

Discover the ways to reconcile bank accounts in Sage 50 against bank statements

Learn the ways to set up fresh user access, customize access and test

Entering of opening balances, printing and preparing a trial balance, set up opening assets, capital balances and liabilities, entering of budget reports

Payments and Banking, producing statements, payroll reconciliation and petty cash

Audit trails, corrections of basic entry errors, reconciling creditors and debtors

Creation of sales credit notes, process of purchasing the credit notes, adjustment of stock records

Sales Orders and Price lists, stock management of Purchase orders, processing sales orders

Checking and reconciling VAT return, production of profit & loss

Balance sheet for management accounting, checking of budget figures, carrying out year end procedures